I just picked up this E. Howard Watch Co. watch, with a very low SN 2522 ( I understand Keystone restarted the numbering), and it's a Model 12 ( ? ), with " PAT'D '21 " on the movement. I believe it's a 10s size, and pocketwatchdatabase.com identifies it as a "Series 14" with 21 jewels. It's a stem wind/set, pendant configuration. The movement doesn't indicate jewel count. It has an arrow with a star in a circle, and a "V" mark under the arrow. It's in a Keystone "EXTRA" hinged back/snap on front cover case with the E. Howard etching around the inside face of back cover. Do the experts on this site concur with the PWDB? there aren't any others with photos in the PWDB to compare to. I bought it on the 'Bay' and the seller seemed unsure of what he/she had (eBay item number: 254502474697 ). Any clarity would be GREATLY appreciated!